New Oxford American Dictionary

Cody 1 |ˈkōdē|
a city in northwestern Wyoming, associated with Buffalo Bill Cody, who lived here; pop. 7,897.
Cody 2
, William Frederick, see Buffalo Bill .

June |joōn|
the sixth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of summer : the roses flower in June | [as adj. ] a June afternoon.
ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French juin, from Latin Junius (mensis) ‘(month) of June,’ variant of Junonius ‘sacred to Juno.’


elk lighting said...

Cody wyoming is actually a pretty nice place.

Chip said...

good to know

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